Le Mars bowling beats CBAL

Thursday, January 12, 2023

LE MARS ó The Le Mars Community bowling teams beat Council Bluffs Abraham Lincoln in Missouri River Activities Conference action Monday.

The Le Mars girls outscored their opponent by over 1,200 with a score of 2,896.

Natalie Vanderloo had the top score of the day with a 492 series. She also boasted the top game score of 268.

Emily Peters added a 410 series with a top game score of 223. Trinity Brunsting was the teamís other bowler with a game above 200 as her best game was 204 and made up part of her 376 series score.

Brooklyn Bockelmann rolled a 369 and Hope Westhoff added a 346 to round out the top five scores for the team which went towards the team score.

The team finished with a 903 score in their five Baker games for an average of 180.6 per game.

The Le Mars boys had their best score of the season with a 3,052 tally which was over 200 better than the Lynx. It was a fairly sizable margin of victory considering the two teams tied in their dual meeting last year and the Bulldogs had a score just 28 better than the Lynx at last yearís MRAC tournament.

Five bowlers had scores over 400 with three for the Bulldogs and two for the Lynx. Trevor Fisher of Le Mars led all bowlers with a 459 series. He was six better than teammate Sebastian MacGregor, who had the best individual game score of the day with a 269.

Thomas Stark had a 436 for the Lynx and teammate Bennett Olsen was four behind that score. Le Mars sophomore Kole Schroeder finished with a 404 series.

The Le Mars counting five were completed by two scores in the 390s, a 395 for Noah Venteicher and a 392 for Caiden Heitritter.

Le Mars had just a slight edge in the Baker games, 949-920.

The Le Mars teams improved to 3-0 on the season. The CBAL boys fell to 2-2 while the girls are winless in their four contests.

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